Democrats and Republicans? Arabs and Israelis? Longhorns and Aggies?
The Lion King” will keep a Broadway blockbuster at Mandalay Bay. Disney’s hit opens in April after “Mamma Mia!” departs in January.
Brad Dunaway is looking for places that serve breakfast with “good eggs … good orange juice and coffee” (and good hash browns, but more on that below), and it seems readers are eager to nominate their favorites.
Pipe Spring National Monument in Northwestern Arizona near the Utah border remains one of the Southwest’s least-known historical gems. Seldom crowded, the 40-acre tract at Pipe Spring surrounded by reservation lands belonging to the Kaibab Band of Paiute Indians hosts about 55,000 visitors a year. Those who pause to visit enjoy a journey into the past in a picturesque setting.
When it comes to “Friday Night Lights,” the only thing more remarkable than its quality is the fact that it’s still on the air.
Back in May, I wrote in this column, “Shows haven’t had much luck attracting the nightclub crowd. So as times get tougher, it could be producers are focusing more on families, which still are taking vacations and buying show tickets.”
In early 2006, Las Vegas-based actress Paige O’Hara, the voice of Belle in Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” signed on to “Menopause The Musical” as a hormonal soap star with an appetite for younger men.